So this is the first look at the DJ Hero turntable peripheral. As you can see, they make it look like a turntable, but with buttons (and sadly no knobs). Three of them. Let's see, there's a, um, purple one, a yellow one and a....and a....*sniffle* I never learned my colors! But I did learn my tastes. OM NOM NOM. Ass. This sandwich tastes like ass.
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Renders of DJ Hero controller [joystiq]
Thanks to trishna87 and fingerling, once DJ'ed my birthday party and, let me tell you, those beats were fresh.
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